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iPad Ready Dashboard & Wayback Machine

We are pleased to announce the release of MONyog 4.7 GA. Below is a brief on new features:

Dashboard

The world is moving towards tablets (I agree iPad in the title is a misnomer) and most of them don’t support Adobe Flash. As you know MONyog dashboard charts were on Flash and did not work on tablets. With this release we have switched to HTML5 charts. Not only do they work on all Smartphones and Tablets, they are faster than Flash charts. Hence, desktop users also gain from this release.

Flash charts used elsewhere in MONyog are also changed to slick HTML5 charts.

Embedded in this post are screen-shots with relevant section zoomed-in on an iPad.


MONyog dashboard in action


Disk Usage Info

Wayback Machine

Who doesn’t like Wayback Machine? Well, MONyog gets one of its own. A neat way of tracking MySQL variables/Status and Queries fired while looking at historic “Number of threads connected” & “Number of slow queries” data. The user gets a chance to see the graphs of “Number of threads connected” & “Number of Slow Queries”, typically a spike on this chart would need attention. Zooming on this spike gives details like Status/Variables/Queries in that zoomed time range. We can also get details at a certain point in time.


Wayback Machine

Replication Tab

Monitoring replication is now even easier. Thanks to the all new ‘Processlist’ like interface to monitor MySQL replication. This tab details the current MASTER & SLAVE STATUS.

MONyog customers can download the latest installer from Webyog’s Customer Portal.

To evaluate MONyog, please download the 30-day trial.

We are very excited about this release, and hope you like it. We would love to hear from you.

Regards,
Chirag
Team MONyog

2 thoughts on “iPad Ready Dashboard & Wayback Machine

  1. the wayback machine looks like it will be a helpful feature.

    Unfortunately the Replication Tab causes MONYog to crash on my server. I tried multiple times with both FireFox & IE9, testing both a multi-master pair an master-slave pair. I hope this feature will be fixed, this is something we would definitely like to use.

  2. Please create a support ticket. You do by sending a mail to support@webyog.com. We may need a lenghty discussion with (more or less) private details that are not fit for this Blog system.

    When doing so please detail your environment and provide details from the MONyog.log file.

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